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Old 03-06-2012, 12:42 AM   #171
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Here are a couple of shots of some of our boys. Absalom, Thaddeus, and Darwin, respectively.
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Old 03-06-2012, 01:07 AM   #172
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I just need to learn how to photograph them. I have 54. Males and females all in separate tanks with two exceptions. I have 3 crowntail sisters in a tank, and two girls in a 10g separated with a tank divider.
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Here are a couple of shots of some of our boys. Absalom, Thaddeus, and Darwin, respectively.
Awesome! I really like the bottom one (who I am guessing is Darwin).
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I just need to learn how to photograph them. I have 54. Males and females all in separate tanks with two exceptions. I have 3 crowntail sisters in a tank, and two girls in a 10g separated with a tank divider.
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Wow! That's a lot of Bettas!
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Here are a couple of shots of some of our boys. Absalom, Thaddeus, and Darwin, respectively.

I've always been partial to the White Bettas and yours really looks nice. Thanks for sharing
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Awesome! I really like the bottom one (who I am guessing is Darwin).
Thanks, that is Darwin. He's got a massive personality. Out of all our bettas, he's the most fun to watch.
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I've always been partial to the White Bettas and yours really looks nice. Thanks for sharing
Thank you! That's Absalom, he was our first betta. He had a really gnarly case of chronic fin rot when we brought him home. It's taken us the better part of this past year to get it back under control. So glad his fins are starting to look nice again!
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My male is a dragon scaled plakat, great little fish. Mr. Pink is his name.
lol nice looking betta. did you name him after resevoir dogs?
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lol nice looking betta. did you name him after esevoir dogs?
Thanks, and yes I did. I'm a huge Tarantino fan, and a fan of Steve Buscemi as well.
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Thanks, and yes I did. I'm a huge Tarantino fan, and a fan of Steve Buscemi as well.
lol same here. although my favorite scene is "stuck in the middle with you" lol
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